Schiff may have outed himself during his opening arguments in the Senate trial of the president on Wednesday, as he cited an opinion article written by the Washington Post.
Lance Oppenheim didn’t set out to make an 83-minute documentary when he started chronicling a group of senior citizens living in a retirement community in central Florida. But after 18 months and hundreds of hours of footage, he began to see the outlin...
Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro told the Washington Post in an interview this weekend that he could see a future of "dialogue" with President Donald Trump, over a year since he ceased being the legal head of state of his country and after ...
American voters must choose between two sharply divergent visions for the future. Option A is freedom and prosperity, as embodied by the historically successful incumbent president, Donald J. Trump. Option B is the apocalyptic nightmare that would descend upon the American heartland in the unlikely event that any of the remaining Democratic candidates is elected.
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The far-left New York Times endorsed both Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar as the best Democrat(s) to challenge President Donald Trump.
The New York Times did not endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) for president, citing his age and calling his health a "serious concern."
The New York Times smeared a Trump supporter from Queens, New York, as a "white nativist" in the course of its endorsement of Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) in the 2020 Democrat presidential primary on Sunday evening.
The New York Times announced Sunday evening that it had endorsed Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) in a rare dual endorsement for the Democratic Party 2020 presidential nomination.
The nation's immigration policies are built on a back-room corporatist bargain between Democrats and cheap-labor businesses, says an op-ed published in the New York Times.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) pondered during an interview with the New York Times editorial board last month if the outlet, in addition to the "political establishment," has failed Americans.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden denied a report about him privately telling aides he would only serve one term as president if he defeats President Donald Trump, saying the claims were “simply not true.”
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Suddenly Meghan McCain is posing as a real-life, red state conservative -- you know, even though her entire brand has been built on bashing the right.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) revealed during an interview the New York Times editorial board published this week that she possesses a "deeply worrisome thought" that as president, she would only achieve "part" of her agenda.
The New York Times called out the irony of TV's left-wing late-night hosts complaining about the lack of diversity among this year's Oscar nominees, pointing out that the hosts are also mostly white and male.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) admits cheaper illegal alien workers drive down wages for America's working and middle class, but continues to support amnesty for illegal aliens, decriminalization of the United States-Mexico border, and throwing out Preside...
Trump has used sanctions to diminish Iran's appetite for war, and has created a set of impossible choices for the Iranian regime.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders dismissed his past anti-immigration stances as old news despite championing them as late as June 2015.
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Prince Harry and Meghan are quitting the UK because of 'racism'. Or so claims a particularly ludicrous opinion piece in the New York Times.
Teen Vogue published and then deleted a longform feature on Facebook's "election integrity team," an article on the company's "fake news" defenses that was allegedly sponsored content from Facebook itself.
In a tweet, Krugman speculated that it "could be an attempt to Qanon me."